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Abstract Many residents of Penghu, Taiwan refused to invest in wind power that the local government sought to develop as a stable source of wealth because of their conception of local winds as unique but destructive. Using the notion of wind’s “entangling materiality”—its fluidity and its...
Abstract This article investigates how fashion and nationalism were expressed through two iconic dress styles worn by women, the qipao in Taiwan and the terno in the Philippines in the post-WWII era. We consider the positioning of women’s bodies in the nation-building project and how sartorial...
Abstract In China’s Himalayan borderlands, Taman people are officially categorized as a subgroup (ren) of the Tibetan ethnic group (minzu). They are typically discriminated against and marginalized by neighboring Tibetans. Taman people are located at a juncture of critical social and political...
Abstract The article introduces the concept of “ethno-cinematographic rhizome,” inspired by Gilles Deleuze’s conceptual framework. This is a non-representational model of an ethno-social world built with time-images, non-hierarchical and characterized by multiplicity, which through memories,...
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